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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In most cases the factory set gap should conform to your vehicle specifications. However if it is necessary to widen the gap, do so with a tool that only pulls back on the ground electrode without touching the center electrode or the porcelain. To close the gap on a plug, gently tap the plug, electrode first on a hard surface.
...........NGK doesn't recommend adjusting the spark plug gap < or > .008". The reason for this is the ground electrode and center electrode won't line up properly, hindering spark plug performance.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Remove the front five by removing the boots using a boot-puller and then removing the plug.
The 6th plug at the rear of the engine is difficult to get out. You will need to remove the intake to accomplish that task.
Dealers charge a pretty penny for this "service" though it would not cost more than a few dollars if the vehicle had been better designed. A ten minute job turns into an afternoon here.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
first off u should use ac delco platnum! wen u open the hood look for the tag that says catalyst it will say engine size ect it will tell you the proper gap!
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
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